Rydal Water, Westmorland - 19th Century Lake District Landscape Oil Painting


Rydal Water, Westmorland by Clarence Henry Roe (1850-1909). Rydal Water is one of the smallest but possibly the most beautiful bodies of water in the Lake District, and the former home of both William Wordsworth and Thomas de Quincey. The painting is signed by the artist and hangs in a superb quality, bespoke gold metal leaf swept frame.


As with all of the original antique oil paintings we sell it is offered in the very finest condition it can be for its age, having been professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Clients should also note that fully insured, tracked and signed for international shipping is complimentary.


Clarence Roe was the son of the popular artist Robert Henry Roe (1822-1905) and his two brothers Colin Graeme Roe and Robert Ernest Roe were also successful late 19th century artists. Clarence Henry Roe was a prolific painter of Scottish Highland loch scenes as well as landscapes of the Lake District.


Dimensions: (framed) 59cm x 79cm (23¼” x 31”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 41cm x 61cm (16” x 24”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Private UK collection.

Presentation: Superb quality gilt metal leaf frame. All of the new frames we commission are especially made for us to order by one of the UK’s top period frame makers.

Condition: Very good. Professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Conservation: Where necessary the paintings we sell are cleaned and restored by Fine Art Restoration (est.1974) or Simon Gillespie Studio, as seen on BBC Television\\’s \\’Fake or Fortune\\’ and \\’Britain\\’s Lost Masterpieces\\’.



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